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get the jackie robinson award in new york. superstition is heavy in sports, especially baseball. are you concerned this might have interrupted his mojo moving forward? >> kid has a special talent. >> would you prefer he have the mohawk back? >> anything that makes him happy. as long as he's hitting. he's an amazing young man. i think another couple of years of experience. people forget, 20 years old. >> baby, right? >> can imagine what his talent will be over the next few years. >> obviously we've been fortunate here in washington, because the caps have been constant contenders. but i have to say, you know, i got to go to some of the games last year. tucker went to some of the games. on behalf of the fans, and i know you all will hear this tomorrow, thank you so much. because to have, you know, when i grew up, the senators were here and they left. we had no baseball forever. and you guys put this team together. you've done it the right way. the excitement last year was palpable and it spread throughout the city, and throughout the nation, really. there was a lot of happiness abo
was killed last week by man she met through the site. news4's jackie bensen talked to the victim's family and expert explains why these sites can be so dangerous. >> i was just trying to download to figure out what it was. i didn't know what it was. >> reporter: sean she talking about hearing from detectives that his beautiful and beloved daughter, 18, met the man suspected of killing her through an iphone app called tagged. >> honestly, she didn't know. >> reporter: tagged is an app originally designed for teens that lets users text each other via the internet. it encourages people to connect or tag lots of people with similar interests in a short time. it claims 80 million registered users which would make it one of the largest social networking, sites. it is also subject of a number of internet warnings. her grandmother believes a lapse of judgment. she was found shot to death near 5th and mickol son streets north west last provide morning. her murder plunged her family into a nightmare of pain. >> this is a bad thing. this is a bad thing. it should be controlled. it should not be some
. we stole her from stephanie miller, the one, the only the talented jacki checkschneckner. >> good morning, everybody. vice president biden is traveling to richmond virginia today along with homeland security secretary janet napitano to hold al roundtable conversation about the administration's plans to curb gun violence. bobby stein and experts who have been working gun safety issues since village tech in april, 2007 will be in attend as at virginia commonwealth university. it comes on the heels of biden's gom talk yesterday pushing for assault weapons in the wake of a natural disaster and possible ensuing chaos. he minced no words, his assertion that a shotgun would be easier to handle and when asked about the effectiveness of limiting high-capacity mag stages, biden pointed out that the gunmen in tucson and aurora had to change magazines because they had to reload. republicans will decided to whether or not to give r andncrance pre- prebus. last night, louisiana governor bobby jendell said the party needs to change everybody but values. we are back
in 2004. >> joining me is congresswoman jackie speier. i have been asking my panel about the appetite in washington for this. is the biggest problem pro gun democrats in the senate to see something like this move forward? >> i think it is. i think the nra is still a very powerful force. and we need to work with them to find a way to get to yes. and that's really our challenge. i totally support the assault weapon ban. i think the most critical thing we can do, however, is to make sure that we have a universal background check, and that we ban these high-capacity magazines. >> congresswoman, explain why this is so personal to you and now in your professional capacity to see something done. >> it's personal to me on two levels. one, i carry the assault weapon ban in california many years ago, back in 1989, and feel very strongly about it. and before that, i was shot in jonestown, gianna, five times, left for dead on an air strip for 22 hours, so i know the kind of brutality that assault weapons can do to human beings. and we just don't need the slaughter of people in this country becaus
! >> reporter: meet the proudest parents on the planet, jack and jackie harbaugh. for their sons it is just another day at the office, as their two teams prepare for the biggest game of their lives. at 49ers practice, head coach jim harbaugh watched closely as he put his team to work. not too far away, harbaugh's brother, john, guided his baltimore ravens through their drills. but even tough as nails ray lewis found time to crack a joke. the harbaugh brothers will go head to head in what is now being dubbed the harbowl. >> no one talks to anyone. jim is very quiet and guarded. john is very quiet and guarded. that's exactly the way we wanted them. >> reporter: their mother she is more optimistic. >> this is like -- frosting on the cake for our whole family. >> reporter: oddsmakers have the 49ers favored by 3 1/2 points. but the super bowl is in new orleans, so if you want a prediction ask the expert at reverend zombie's house of voodoo. even then there is no clear answer. >> your regret is upside down. and their, their sorrow is sideways. i can't really say. but, i can say it looks -- you're
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